Harvard Management Company, the University’s investment arm, invests more heavily in technology companies than the other four largest university endowments in the country, according to the most recent U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filings.
Facebook CEO and co-founder Mark Zuckerberg ’06 took part in a discussion about data security and targeted advertising at Harvard Law School earlier this month. HLS professor Zittrain said that Zuckerberg’s level of personal control over Facebook policies made him a good candidate for the conversation.
Harvard's Government department hopes that two new tracks — in Tech Science and Data Science — will not only widen the scope of what affiliated students study, but offer an antidote to the field's diminished popularity.
The new Technology Innovation Fellowship Program is available to all current juniors interested technology and entrepreneurship.
UC Candidates Say Empty Website and Understaffed Election Commission Spur ‘Goose Chase’ for Information
Candidates girding for Undergraduate Council presidential elections have had difficulties reaching the UC website and the body tasked with answering questions.
Seventy-two percent of Harvard College’s Class of 2018 planned to enter for-profit jobs after graduating last May, according to the most recent employment report released by the College’s Office of Career Services.
They shared both personal experiences of being public interest technologists and their ideas on how to best address the regulation of technology firms during the hour-long conversation.
This upcoming year, students concentrating in Government will be able to specialize in “Data Science” or “Tech Science” for the first time.
The Harvard School of Public Health recently launched a partnership with Google aimed at investigating the use of toxic materials in construction.
During the hack, visitors to the website encountered a cartoon of President Donald Trump being punched in the chin by an individual who wore a wristband striped the colors of the Iranian flag: green, white, and red.
Bill Gates, Harvard’s wealthiest drop-out, returned to the University Thursday to visit labs and speak to hundreds of students from across Harvard’s schools about his work.